Firstly, the original source was almost exclusively 68k assembler. Translating that to the Pi would be a very, very non-trivial job indeed.DavidS wrote:There was a source download available for the original AMOS, though I can no longer find the source code.
It would be nice to see a good port of AMOS to RISC OS Pi, and AROS Pi. Though done from the original (DO NOT USE C++ TO IMPLEMENT BASIC, USE ASSEMBLY AND/OR BASIC).
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